Northeastern researchers in business, health sciences, engineering, and public policy are working together to curb opioid addiction before it starts.

Anne-Marie Dion, DMSB ’16, is using her experience at Northeastern to cultivate a new group of girls and young women to get out on the ice.

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Associate Professor of Management and Organizational Behavior Ed Wertheim has been a professional mediator for the past 12 years, helping solve disputes between tenants and landlords.

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Professor Jamie Ladge has spent her career studying how working professionals view their identities in the office and at home—and how these identities often intersect. Her recently published research examines the dynamics of how different groups of working professionals view and manage their identities.

Is Amazon’s Alexa going to diagnose your next bout of flu? Although hypothetical in nature, Professor Timothy Hoff believes it’s a future that’s not far off. Hoff explores the current state of healthcare and its impact on patient-doctor relationships for News at Northeastern.

Professor Joe Raelin explains why leadership is more than the heroics of a single leader, that it occurs within a set of practices, and that learning about leadership will require a shift from leader development to leadership development.

Professor Wertheim explores the prisoner’s dilemma in the context of important policy deliberations.

On International Women’s Day, Northeastern University’s Women Who Empower program spanned across the globe, with panel discussions held in Boston, San Francisco and London. Two D’Amore-McKim School of Business alumni Juliette Mayers, DMSB’88, and Jessica Yamas, MS/MBA’12, were panelists at the Boston event.

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Professor Gary Young examines the impact of the recent Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase partnership that will provide their employees with an alternative to the current healthcare system.

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Professor Timothy Hoff is featured in the latest issue of Northeastern Magazine highlighting his research and new book, Next in Line, in which he examines the setbacks of healthcare commodification. Hoff believes that the quality of doctor-patient relationships is at stake because of rushed, impersonal, and data heavy healthcare practices.